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Seven different objects must be divided among three people. In how many ways can this be done if one or two of them must get no objects?

Course Name: Quantitative Aptitude

  • 1]

    36

  • 2]

    84

  • 3]

    180

  • 4]

    381

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What is the sum of all 4 digit numbers that can be formed by the digits 1, 2, 3, 4 each exactly once

  • 1]

    55566

  • 2]

    66660

  • 3]

    56456

  • 4]

    84738

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What is the probability of getting at least one six in a single throw of three unbiased dice?s

  • 1]

    91/216

  • 2]

    1/216

  • 3]

    200/216

  • 4]

    17/216

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A speaks truth in 75% cases and B in 80% of the cases. In what percentage of the cases are they likely to contradict each other, narrating the same incident?

  • 1]

    5%

  • 2]

    15%

  • 3]

    35%

  • 4]

    45%

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Three unbiased coins are tossed. What is the probability of getting at most two heads ?

  • 1]

    3/4

  • 2]

    1/4

  • 3]

    3/8

  • 4]

    7/8

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If C(n, 7) = C(n, 5), find n

  • 1]

    12

  • 2]

    15

  • 3]

    18

  • 4]

    -1

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How many parallelograms will be formed if 7 parallel horizontal lines intersect 6 parallel vertical lines?

  • 1]

    42

  • 2]

    294

  • 3]

    315

  • 4]

    258

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A teacher has to choose the maximum different groups of three students from a total of six students. Of these groups, in how many groups there will be included in a particular student?

  • 1]

    12

  • 2]

    10

  • 3]

    8

  • 4]

    6

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8
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The number of circles that can be drawn out of 10 points of which 7 are collinear is

  • 1]

    130

  • 2]

    85

  • 3]

    45

  • 4]

    72

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If P(A)=2/5​, P(B)=3/10​ and P(A ∩ B) =51​, then P(A' | B'). P(B' | A') is equal to

  • 1]

    5/6

  • 2]

    5/7

  • 3]

    25/42

  • 4]

    1

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One card is drawn at random from a pack of 52 cards. What is the probability that the card drawn is not a face card (Jack, Queen and King only)?

  • 1]

    5/13

  • 2]

    10/13

  • 3]

    1/13

  • 4]

    1/26

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